Datapipe provides Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA) and Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP)-compliant SaaS offering by partnering with Systems Integrators (SIs) and Independent Software Vendors (ISVs), working directly or indirectly with the U.S. federal government and cabinet-level agencies in more than 30 States. It allows companies to launch public sector offerings more quickly, lessening the IT workload for government agencies and their partners. Datapipe’s PaaS solution Federal Community Cloud Platform (FCCP) blends public cloud’s efficiency and scalability with private cloud’s robust security and compliance to meet the evolving requirements of agencies. FCCP is composed of a comprehensive list of compute and virtualization functions, device support, and software to ensure that the virtual infrastructure database is FedRAMP compliant. It provides a common interface, tools, and processes across multiple infrastructures and locations.
Understanding the complexity and importance of FISMA compliance to secure sensitive government data, Datapipe has developed comprehensive compliance management solutions for government agencies and ISVs, SIs, and value-added resellers.
Datapipe consistently helps customers meet the stringent security and availability requirements
Over the years, Datapipe has worked with several U.S. government departments like Department of Treasury, Veterans Affairs, Justice, Homeland Security, Energy, Central Intelligence Agency and more. All the managed solutions provided by Datapipe are backed by a team of experienced engineers and security professionals that is responsible for successful end-to-end implementation and administration. Recently, Datapipe, in conjunction with a professional services firm TechAnax, has signed Northeast Region 4 Data Center Hosting and Support Services contract with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The company is responsible for planning and executing data center migration and ongoing hosting support services, while facilitating the transition and ongoing data center monitoring. This undertaking would help the Department of Veterans Affairs to maximize capacity utilization, improve IT flexibility and responsiveness, at minimal cost.
The company’s operations are based on ‘Operational Empathy’ where they develop a deep understanding of clients’ business challenges and objectives and help them achieve their goals. “We will continue to enable our clients to realize their potential by harnessing the power of their operational data, the performance of our network, and the experience of our team,” ends Allen.